Lily Allen Could’ve Been $90 Million Richer!

Posted on Jan 10 2014 - 6:35am by Angelina Hwang

Lily Allen Couldve Been $90 Million Richer!

We’re usually told to live with no regrets! But as for Lily Allen, it’s a little hard not to!

The singer was allegedly asked several years ago if she could perform online and get paid in bitcoins! The 28-year-old actress wrote on Twitter, “About 5 years ago someone asked me to stream a gig live on second life for hundreds of thousands of bitcoins, “as if” I said. #idiot #idiot.”

In case you’re wondering why she’s being so tough on herself, it’s because one bitcoin, which was introduced in 2009, is worth about $900 today!  So what does that mean?

Lily Allen could be sleeping on $90 million right now!

What do you guys think? Would you call yourself an idiot just about now as well? Hit the comments below and tweet us @PopStopTV.

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Angelina Hwang is a New Yorker who currently resides in Los Angeles. She graduated from NYU Stern School of Business with a Marketing degree. When she's not busy writing for PopStopTV, she loves going to the beach and watching movies!

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  1. Hank January 10, 2014 at 10:58 am - Reply

    She would have cashed you earlier. No way she could have known have big Bitcoin would get.

    Real estate, Bitcoin ATM's,Ingame payments even lemonade stands… there have been a lot of great development for bitcoin that help boost the Bitcoin ecosystem. Unfortunately people generally don't really understand the basics of bitcoin.

    For everybody who want to practice with bitcoin, at the following website you can receive free bitcoins:

    All you have to to is fill out your bitcoinadress and create a password, there is no registration procedure. You receive free bitcoins every hour in some sort of lottery (up to +- 0.2 btc!). They really pay out. The fun part is that you can useyour winnings to play higher/lower to win additional coins.

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